"Youth Speaks Poet" by Carmen Almodovar and Brietta O'Neal explores the importance of poetry in the life of a young San Francisco artist, Sara Daley. An active participant in the San Francisco based organization YouthSpeaks, Sara writes poetry to express her views about the war in Iraq, her family and friends. The video shows how the arts can be a source of strength, clarity, and community in young peoples lives.
Director:Carmen Almodovar, Brietta O'neal Producer:Ted Vadakan Production Company:BAVC/YouthLink Audio/Visual:sound, color Keywords:poetry; youth; war in iraq Contact Information:2727 Mariposa Street
San Francisco, CA 94110
November 26, 2014 Subject:
daddy and sonny bush and
there henchmen:e.g. cheney, rumsfeld, wolfowitz, et al are responsible for most of the problems of the late 20th century and the 21st.
October 3, 2012 Subject:
This is an interesting short film of a talented young poet. My fellow reviewers did not seem to take into consideration that the film was made in 2004, during or shortly after a crisis in Palestine. She obviously knows more at what was going on than they people who put her down. (And of course, she never claimed that President Bush was responsible for the situation. People just see what makes them confortable, I guess.)
June 17, 2011 Subject:
Whatever...for sure...for sure
The right used to scare me. Now the right and the left scare me. There's nothing but knee-jerk reactions and little objective thinking. Bush is responsible for the Israeli conflict? What?! Pleease.